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Amazon to Spin Kindle SDK

Amazon announced a software development kit (SDK) for its Linux-based Kindle e-book readers, offering a 70-30 revenue split for "active content" to be sold in the Kindle Store.

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Google Delays Launch of Android Phones in China

Google announced that it was delaying the launch of two Android phones in China due to a dispute with the Chinese government over censorship issues.

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Android’s Next Challenge? iTunes

Android has been updated again, but the list of phones waiting for an upgrade continues to grow. There is one lesson Apple can teach Android...

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Android Tablet Offers WiFi, Optional 3G

Taiwan-based startup Camangi is shipping an Android-based tablet computer with a 7-inch, 800 x 480 touchscreen.

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Exploring Embedded Linux with Xport Pro

This past year I've had the good fortune to review an eeePC powered Netbook, the Fit-PC, and the Plug Computer. All were new, capable, and progressively smaller Linux machines. Readers may also recall my increasing interest in the Arduino micro-controllers. Although the Arduino doesn't run Linux, its development environment is easy to use and particularly well suited for Linux notebooks

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